Here's some closer looks at them. As I thought, ceramic. They specifically say on the box it is high-fire ceramic based material and hand glazed so that no two have the same rocky pattern on them. (Though the general shape of them seems to be the same for all buyers)Terrelle said:Thanks so much! I'll have to order some for my tank!!!
Wow! Right now I only have a few 10 gallon tanks due to space restrictions but I will definitely get a 55 long when I have the space. As far as plants go, I think you'd like ludwigia palustris. It's one of the easiest plants to grow and mine have developed a lovely gradient from bright green at the roots to dark red at the tips.BamBamSorg said:This is my tank its a 50 long. I am still adding plants in the future to make my tank more full. Here are some I plan to get in the upcoming months: dwarf baby tears, baby tears, aponogeton ulvaceus, ludwigia repens, Cardinal plant, crinum calamistrtum, ludwigia repens "rubin", ludwigia min "super red",and dark red ludwigia. I also want to fill up my 10 gal with some shrimp: cherry, neon yellow ,and sky blue shrimp. Also a mystery snail lol. Any plant suggestions on snails and/or shrimp.
The first picture is my tank before and the next one is the full tank and the rest are 2 sections of the tank hope you like it sorry for the bad reflection.
Thnxs I found a pic if my tank two months ago this is what it looked likekatiemorrison94 said:I love how you planted some plants actually in between the rocks. That's going to look awesome when they start to fill in more.
You wouldn't be if you had to clean in the small crawl space I have got!!! XD The tank is only two feet tall - It is less than 4 foot in there once you are up on the top behind the tank. Also there is no way to get to the pump, Or wet/dry area without ripping up wood. Thank you previous home owners!LJC6780 said:Jealous of the wall tank!
Did the water change. You can see how much the anacharis in the back has grown since the last picture 8 days ago. You can also see one of the cories on the log in this one; and one of the snails in the bottom left; and some amano shrimp this time.scottishduck said:Constantly a work in progress. But I'm finally happy with it (don't mind the dirt and water spots).
This was last Wednesday after a rescape of plants so some stuff got kicked up in the water. The anacharis is growing fast as 7 days later (yesterday) it's back at the top of the waterline...
Edit: I'll get an updated picture today after my water change.
Edit: @, in case you wanted an update on the watersprite you sent me... the fish love it, the shrimp love it and the frog will occasionally chill in it near the surface for a few hours too.